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Though it is not offered in coffee shops Agave nectur is the best sweetner and it's good for you. It comes from a cactus.Originally Posted by Lady Savage
Splenda, Nutra-sweet, and whatever brands out there: What's your opinion? I've read and been nagged about how dangerous they are to you. Is this true? Even in minute quantities?Originally Posted by acidicboy
Thankfully Splenda came around and it's all I use.Originally Posted by whodini
Splenda – It’s no secret that Splenda (sucralose) starts off as a sugar molecule; it is what occurs in the laboratory that concerns many people. Sucralose is a synthetic chemical that was invented in a laboratory. In the five-step process of making sucralose, three chlorine molecules are added to a sucrose (sugar) molecule. The sucrose molecule is a disaccharide that contains two single sugars (glucose and fructose) bound together.Originally Posted by Full Canvas
Yeah, great.NEXUS is an international bi-monthly alternative news magazine, covering the fields of: Health Alternatives; Suppressed Science; Earth's Ancient Past; UFOs & the Unexplained; and Government Cover-Ups.